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    ted, flip the image in motion 180 deg in the viewer. thats what i did with the brevis footage.


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    You know, Jim.... I JUST DID THAT AND IT LOOKS SO MUCH BETTER!!!!

    THANK YOU!!!!!!

    I am exporting right now.

    Hopefully you guys will take another peek at this.

    back in a few.


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    use FLOP and set it to BOTH instead of using the 180 thing in the motion tab. It's under Perspective in the Effects Tab. No rendering is needed for FLOP whereas you still need to render out the 180 flip under motion


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    We just bring in P2 cards so I can't really comment on your FCP workflow. There are a lot of people here working with DVX/FCP so it shouldn't be hard to get some help.

    When I look at the images you posted above I wonder if you got your back focus properly set OR whether you've got funky optics. What lens are you using? I see a lot of "glass bottle" effect with very soft focus on the edges in comparison to other objects in the same focal plane. That's almost always a back focus issue or a lens issue. My suggestion is that you download a focus chart and shoot it at different distances to let us really see how your optics are performing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Imagination Films View Post
    Ted,
    6 minutes of this? Moire'
    I'm Hipmotized.
    -Will
    Hey Will, don't worry... I only plan on shooting about 2 1/2 minutes of that!

    Okay....

    I have re-exported and compressed this test shot. If you have time to take a peek and let me know if this adapter produces an acceptable image, I'd appreciate it.

    No need to comment on the shaky crap... I do not have this adapter supported on rails and I was focusing by hand. I would have to use a follow focus because this things shakes if I look at it cross-eyed!

    Anyway....

    **************** HOLD THE PHONE ***************

    THIS FOOTAGE IS INTERLACED!!!! WTF?????

    Back to FCP.


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    Ted,
    only two and a half minutes would leave me Hip-less-tized. (guess the original post should have said "hipmoiretized."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Johnson View Post
    We just bring in P2 cards so I can't really comment on your FCP workflow. There are a lot of people here working with DVX/FCP so it shouldn't be hard to get some help.

    When I look at the images you posted above I wonder if you got your back focus properly set OR whether you've got funky optics. What lens are you using? I see a lot of "glass bottle" effect with very soft focus on the edges in comparison to other objects in the same focal plane. That's almost always a back focus issue or a lens issue. My suggestion is that you download a focus chart and shoot it at different distances to let us really see how your optics are performing.
    Thanks Mark... Thanks All....

    I am going to have to get some assistance on importing my footage into FCP before I can request your opinion.

    I am very upset at this crap. I do not understand this at all.

    I am shooting on F6 (scene setting) on a dvx100b and editing on FCP 6.02

    IF anyone can tell me what settings I should use, please let me know.

    According to Noah, I am to capture at 29.97 So, should I set my sequence settings to 29.97? I have read that for F6, I should edit on a 23.98 timeline.

    Do I capture at 29.97 and edit at 23.98???

    anyone know?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Imagination Films View Post
    "hipmoiretized."
    LOL!


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    Set FCP like this...

    (only use anamorphic if you are in the 16:9 mode.)
    Edit 23.98; shoot F6.


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    Ted, at first glance my initial thought was that your camera (still the dvx, right?) wasn't properly focused on the macro. I know you're using your 35mm lens but be sure your camera's optical system is properly focused on the image and then let it be.

    I'm probably beating a dead horse with this, but just in case... there it is! my two cents!
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